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1 month, 1 week ago on 12 Most Trendy Clichés on Social Media
Well done Sam. Great read.
8 months, 1 week ago on Be Wary of Social Media’s Mob Mentality
Great job Sam. Merry Christmas.
1 year, 10 months ago on 2012 Video Post of Gratitude
"Chunk-0-baby" LOL. Well done Mattman & Annie AND LB:)
1 year, 10 months ago on UPDATE: Little Browne’s Two Month Check-Up
Great read. The Gandhi quote is very inspirational. If you dig deeper Gandhi also understood that for his philosophy to be effective inspiration MUST be followed by action. Heres' the cool part. The result of your action is of no consequence. It doesn't matter. What is fundamentally important is the ACTION. To be the change, you actually have to "be" the change.
2 years, 1 month ago on What's the Change You Want To Be?
I got to introduce my son to Bret Favre at the Can-Am NFL game in Toronto about 12 yrs ago. Was a Pepsi moment:)
2 years, 2 months ago on Baby Fans Does it Again
As usual, great read Margie. Although leaves me somewhat confused. How is it that you struggle with ANYTHING? I see you as "Superwoman" Just sayin:)
2 years, 3 months ago on You're Not Done
Great stuff Sam. #BoobYah!!
2 years, 5 months ago on 12 Most Boobylicious Cancer Slogans
As always great job Margie, we can all use a little more truth about things! Thanks for saying it!
2 years, 6 months ago on Don't lie
2 years, 7 months ago on #DadChat escapades #with @Josepf & @Milaspage during #BWELA
Right...please see #8. Me smiling.
2 years, 8 months ago on 12 Most Impressive Gifts I’ve Given My Wife (And Why Each was a Mistake)
Let me be the first to say hysterical. By the way my Valentine's Day gift to my wife last year, a copy of "Sex For Dummies", did not go over so well. Just sayin'...
Awesome! As always Margie. I like the "hide the phone game" and I also play "ignore stupid emails" quite regularly!
2 years, 8 months ago on Twenty Time Management Tips
I wrote a blog on Saturday night. Joe Paterno was about to die. I was very angry that he would leave offering a prayer to "the kids" but accept no personal responsibility for this nightmare. After much soul searching the last few days and after reading your latest, I have decided to take your advice. My little bit of forgiveness begins with me NOT posting my blog.
2 years, 9 months ago on When forgiveness seems like too much to give
My online interaction is just an extension of who I am. Kind and curious...seems to work for me. Thanks for another great article Margie, I learn much from you.
2 years, 9 months ago on Sorry, but I’m not taking sides
Great thoughts, as always Margie, I had a pretty personally and spiritually satisfying end to the year. I hope to "keep that feeling alive" in 2012.
2 years, 9 months ago on What do YOU want from 2012?
@margieclayman There is, as we speak, a whisper campaign locally claiming we actually faked the amount of food we collected for our food bank. They are saying it was really only one truck instead of 3. Like the Moon landing hoax or something. Jeesh!
2 years, 10 months ago on Didja think I’d lay down and die?
How do you do that? Every-time I need to hear something really important and valuable...you tell it you me!
I was a pretty big target for a little bit there this month. Thanks Margie for reminding me how to stay focused on the righteous reality and not the non-sense!
As I read the comments here, I am wondering why some are longing for what #UsGuys was. Nostalgia is a wonderful thing, however you do the tribe and yourself dis-service by not acknowledging what it has become. The real and most AWESOME Power of this tribe has been clearly evident for all who wish to see for 11 days here in Campbell River B.C, Gold River B.C. and throughout the Social Media world.
Here are the big things #UsGuys has accomplished in 11 days:
Helped me reach a HUGE personal goal of raising $1 million for the Campbell River Food Bank. I will NEVER forget #UsGuys friendship in helping me achieve, what is a really big deal for me. I am crying tears of joy as I write this. Thank You! *long pause to compose myself* .......
#UsGuys has helped to provide food for 9,000 family visits to The CRFoodbank.
#UsGuys helped to provide a Turkey dinner for every single family in this community at Christmas.
The #UsGuys loving glow pointed a mirror at my community and then bounced the image around the world at the exact moment we were looking our best. You have no idea how that has affected this community and reminded all of us what REALLY matters and that we are on the correct Path.
How about some of the smaller but no less significant things #UsGuys have done. Barb at Save On Foods, whom some of you know quite well by now, went to the management team and thanked them for the best day EVER on the job (Turkey Tuesday)... Barb has been with Save On Foods for 30 years! I could go on and on and on.
To those of you who shared in this true miracle, you epitomize what I think #UsGuys stands for. To those of you who chose not to, for whatever reason, I am sad for you.
LONG LIVE #UsGuys!
2 years, 10 months ago on Sad & Good things about #usguys
Joseph certainly is compelling on video. He is way more dynamic in person. I'm thinking multiple City speaking engagements
may be worth looking at.
3 years, 1 month ago on Twylah.com Beta Analytics via @Twylah
I am rarely at a loss for words. I am so in awe of the bravery and courage and realness of Libby Baker Sweiger that I have simply been unable to express in words how she has affected me. The waves of emotion and deep spiritual thought that Libby has cast upon me, have truly rocked my world. I WILL regain my composure and I WILL be a better man after I do. Thank You Joseph for saying what I could not. Libby, thank you for being YOU. Thank God for giving us Libby Sweiger
3 years, 2 months ago on #usguys #poem on #leadfromwithin about @LibbyTalks Heart